New Design

I had quite a few comments that the old design was a bit hard on the eyes. I hope this new design works out better for most people. I have tested it on a few browsers and everything seems to be working okay.

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  1. Michael
    Michael says:

    Much better. What are the chances of you fully publishing how you get a photo like the one on the right?

    The blues in the sky are just brilliant. I would imagine it starts with ‘do what I did with golf, spend the first 9 months reading every book that exists on photography’.

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  2. Richard Cleaver
    Richard Cleaver says:

    Thanks Michael. I really like the new look and it is one that I can live with for a while now.

    I will post on some of my techniques. Most of the Vancouver shots currently showing on my Flickr account were processed using HDR and that accounts for the dynamic range of color you see in the photos.

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  3. Richard Cleaver
    Richard Cleaver says:

    Indeed. “High Dynamic Range” photography blends multiple exposures together as one. The advantage is that the resulting frame can represent a wider range of values than a single exposure from current state sensors.

    Lots of info on the web but a good place to start is flickr. You will get a feel for the images.

    Sometimes HDR can be overdone. I tend to be very conservative in my HDR processing.

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